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Reef fish can adjust sex ratios as oceans warm

Using a multigenerational experiment UTS research has shown for the first time that when reef fish parents develop from early life at elevated temperatures they can adjust their offspring gender through non-genetic and non-behavioural .

A former employee of The Dow Chemical Co. has filed suit against the company and its top leaders for ending her employment in violation of the state’s Whistleblower Protection Act.

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Questions to ponder as Alaska legalizes marijuana:

Clearly no developed country will be immune from the hordes of people about to be displaced from their land. The cost will be incalculable but massive and few countries could afford a "fortress mentality" for long. We have to address the extreme climate changes now beginning to confront us. Any further delay will make for even more dire consequences. There remain no easy solutions!

Devastating climate change could lead to 1m migrants a year entering EU by 2100

Fund managers who ignore climate risk 'could face legal action'

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Penguins use their personalities to prepare for climate change

As the global climate continues to change, the ability of many animal species to adapt is being put to the test. Bird populations may be at particular risk. According to the Audubon Society, nearly half of all North American .

Climate change forcing fish north: study

Climate change forcing fish stocks north: study

A study, published in the ICES Journal of Marine Science on Friday, has produced the strongest evidence yet that climate change is forcing hundreds of valuable fish species toward the poles.

Climate change boosts a migratory insect pest

Catnip Repels Mosquitoes More Effectively Than DEET -- ScienceDaily

Saving Sinking Islands: Tamil Nadu Deploys Artificial Reefs In A First For India

Artificial reefs have been deployed in the Gulf of Mannar between India and Sri Lanka to rescue sinking islands

As oceans heat up, so does a search for 'super corals' - CSMonitor.com

As oceans heat up, so does a search for 'super corals'

The world’s coral reefs are increasingly threatened by warmer and more acidic seas.

There are fears giant kelp forests are almost extinct, an inquiry into the impact of climate change on sea life hears.

Tasmanian kelp forests dying as water warms, dive operator Mick Baron says

Myanmar Floods Spark Concerns About Deforestation

UN, environmental groups now warn timber sales to China are accelerating the loss of forest cover

Amazon drought caused huge carbon emissions

Amazon drought caused huge carbon emissions

Climate Change, Civil Wars

June 2015 | Fire near Sucker River | CBC • Photo submitted by Scott Knudsen

Northern Sask. fires: Voluntary evacuations made as situation grows tense

Climate change to blame for so many Sask. wildfires, says expert. Dry weather, winds, and lightning a bad combination

Climate Change Already Impacting Great Lakes, Report Calls For Immediate Action | WUWM

Climate Change Already Impacting Great Lakes, Report Calls For Immediate Action

Sea surface temperature anomaly, March 2015.

Temperature anomalies in the eastern Pacific Ocean are both influencing and being influenced by unusual weather patterns. The effects are rippling through the marine environment.

Village Life

Millions hungry in sub-Saharan Africa, worse to come from El Nino - Red Cross